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Denton Record-Chronicle (Newspaper) - March 19, 1964, Denton, Texas Did 382-2551 for 24-Uour Phone Service To All Department DENTON RECORD. CHRONICLE YEAR OF DAILY SKRVlCE-Vr> m ScrvingThc University Center Of The Southwest DEXTOX. TF.XAS.THURSDAV AFTERNOON. MARCH 19. 1961 WEATHER CLOUDY r Tn70 HOSPITALIZED WEDNESDAY Tv were Wednesday after their cars collided head-on at about p.m. on University Drive West. One of them, Catherine H. Pierce of 523 Lovell was in fair condition this morning at Flow Memorial Hospi- tal. fhe other, Mrs. Henry Ross of Route 1, Krum, was in good condition this morning at Denton Osteppathic Hospita 1. Patrolmen Tillman E. Uland and Cal- vin eallard said in a police report that the cars struck head-on in the 1200 block of University Drive West, near the construction site of the University State Bank Building, and that a third car driven by Jerry Donald Hite of 308 Nor- mal collided with Mrs. Ross's car. Hitt was taken to Flow for emergency treat- ment, but he was not retained. LBJ Asks Congress For Billion Foreign Aid Okay WASHINGTON (AP) both war and "the am- President Johnson askedibitions o! Communist imperial- Congress today for bil- ism." lion in foreign aid to help He promised no waste in the, "build a world in which the operation and ajked for perma-! weak can walk without nent authority for U.S. arms fear." aid abroad. In a special message to a Con- Capitol Hill, there were gress which has become predictions of trouble Two Charged After Threats To Comially AUSTIN' (AP) Two Nash- ville. Tenn.. women were charged Wednesday with mak- ing a threatening telephone call Heavy Rain Drenches Denton, Much Of Texas City Records 2.50; Tiogans Get 2.85 Rain, a whopping two to three inches, drenched Dcnton and the vicinity overnight while winds up to 75 miles an fiour knocked over an entire trailer court outside Nedcr- land and scattered tornadoes whipped the Southeast and South Central Texas areas. Farmers, suffering from lasl year's drought, found low stock tanks in the area beginning to rise. "It's said Dcnton County Agent At Petty. It could have waited another week so the farmers could get their corn and maize in the ground, but we did get a runoff which will put some water in Ihe stock tanks" Denton recorded 2 50 inches of rain while Tioga had creeks running full from 2.85 inches. Wise County apparently received a lesser amount of rainfall with Decatur read- ing 1.25. Bovd 1.52, Chico 1.50 and Alvord 1.10. Other readings were Valley View 1.55. Little Elm 2.80, Ce- ina 1.90. Prosper 2, Lake Dal- as 2.W. McKinney 1.81. Pilot 3oint 225. Sanger 1.70, Aubrey 2.W. Cross Roads 2.50. Ponder 2, Justin 2.30 and Knim 2.10. For most places it was the argesl rain this year, bringing almost a third Ihe total preci- >itation since Jan. 1. TWICF. NORMAL Moislure for the 24-hour per-, od topped the March average n Denlon which already had WEATHER OENTON VICINITY: ftr-.il >M t-trHxx frail. Kinir. Coo'er friett V >0 47. (Ciptriminl st iun let> ft Ell. Jtl. at i O p.mi 37 RAINFALL VjrcH Avtrj This YMr litt King Says Rights Demonstrations In 1964 To Be Record Ruby Fires Melvin Belli As Attorney the lawyer as far back as Jan 22 A Dallas jury convicted Ruby S of Lee leader of the Southern fight If there is a serious in the electric chair. In angry reaction, Belli declared it a "kangaroo railroad" verdict by a jury that was "shoved do-An our throats." He called Dallas "a festering sore" and said. ".Vow we see the shame of Dallas in all its' glory." A.R.A. CRITICISM The president of the Ameri- me United IMS can Bar Association called proposed to the Soviet jli's remarks "intemperate and today that they each de planes from their U.S, Proposes Destruction Of Bombers The United received twice the normal amount. By 11 a.m. today skies were, clearing in Denton. Most towns''? reported showers falling as as 9. although the sun was ready shining in Justin at on a------------ time. size we've never seen before." At least 13 persons were in- jured in the trailer court at Ned- erland, three of them believed i3 miuiu iiimusieratHiave." s'roy 480 ii .pre-m the US Senate against the Belli unavailable for strategic bomfcr fleet ov r dtcted today thai civil rights civil ngMs bil "then we del- comment. 5le was i, 'Wr period demonstrations will Plan action in Washing-City, iton and supportive action all proportions this and s "I think we will see the he said, summer in terms of Another phase ol his efforts, Mciico two-year period. r for Mrs- Eva.cf American BIT and Soviet Grant, said she sent the dianb.jTUK Badger bombTrc by airmail Wednesday'made at a meeting oi the i....i -_janrt nniitioii _ !UJ u.-o. ne2otiator Adrian ALABAMA TARGET Outlining plans for 1961, King e. level andana conventions. VOTER DRIVE Ruby and his family dissatisfied the defense! seriousfv. IUL IITUI, Ftiiijc' reiterated that Alabama has a massive, been chosen as the main targetflcd "I plan to travel into North-1presented by Belli and ern communities and It differed accompanied up to -50 miles per hour dealt'head. considerable properly damage1 n the northeast part of Harris im......cTlAKGrTiN I.FTTFR LisctiL wiiwotii as me iiiciu uiinc, 1 J3n 29 hv A In Houston, a light tornado this year bv the Southern Chris-he said- "We studied mar- The letter said Ruby "tricdSemvon K ccompanied by winds gustlng tian Leadership Conference he'Slnal d'slricls all over the Unit- to disengage" Belli Jan. 22. aM p to 40 miles per hour dealt'heads. Slates-those districts where! ter a disagreement over defense'w- suggested that the two ,.------1.. j--------1 congressmen barely got elected tactics, but Belli ''bitterly op- should each destroy and additional votes would posed and forced himself" on P ovtr a nnhv anrf "would In County. Alabama campaign m hte ADrH or EYEWITNESSES lhe Kfag w be centered on Nfontgomerv or In many con- at that time to any local, ade- 'srad u v fv Sres.smcn have competent counsel." or Two eyewitnesses to the Irail-'spread out over five major. Sres.smcn have competent counsel." an additional agreed r deslruclion. Mr. and Mrs cities. cn and new; Copies of the letter also went number of planes in its moth- r ...kOiprc mi! in :fenry Simmons, said a rum- )ling noise was their only warn- ng. Mrs, Simmons said the c Slates prepared }o an additional agreed wu.Id ch3nse that." to ,he other dcfense lawyerSf ball reserve." A team is working in ma lo mobilize Negroes. Tonahill of Jasper. Tex..; Hsher stressed that the de- are lo eel Iaun.ch selec- of Dallas.'struction of planes would have Hinm rornriic fnr t nm i''ve program" on a na--Dut it was not immediately lo be carried out lam uu us MUC, uiai up lo.ww recruits tor a i v r _ i um._r sinci righted again." She and her violent army who will be nation. husband protected their three (o spend their vacation in f V.. _'liil If VIA ri'tA C children by throwingijail if necessary." he said. hemselves atop them when the) NO DETAILS railer started til'Jng. A refrig- King declined to go into de- erator WUn SimTnons but wi wh of (he dfive_ ifted again when the trailer He said h helpitlg ,n crcasingly resistant to foreign ahead aid in recent years, Johnson de- picted the program as 3 bulwark for the president's pro- Prosecutor Backs Convict i Senate Republican leader Ev- erett M. Dirksen of Illinois said there were "still possibilities vey Oswald, accused assassin cf President John F. Kennedy. Federal Bureau of Investiga- tion agents identified the wom- en as: Christine Burke, 3J, and Norma June McGriff, 34. They were arrested Wednes- day al their Nashville homes 4 f OV-1A> l> rfas uprjgnted. [Mississippi desegregation ef- The bookstore ot the and wW tbo al Bible College was IM sludents from North. See WEATHER, Page ar.d Western colleges and for real economies." Senate and waived a hearing before Democratic leader Mike Mans- U.S. Commissioner A. B. Neil field of Montana commended :Jr. Each was released under the president for the reduced------ ire-quests but said "as always. i difficult road." bond. They entered no plea (o the charge. The FB! in Nashville said the trial tied at a here that _......_____..... law officers with firearms could have influenced the jury- j The testimony Wednesday by! court- San Antonio of the House appro-[ J- Myers _r----- priations subcommittee charge cf Ihe San Antonio foreign aid, said said the complaint Set TffO CHARGED. Page oilhon. comn-.ince e mav but Senate hearings are! Cop Charged Johnson laid the groundwork murder. toM Federal Judgcl James Noel i Roberi Doss and C h a r e Hughes said tfti presence of rMnic armed police had mnaxcd (he summation- against Welch. that AVIONTO Tom E lWsiman :Was murder i Wednesday in the death cf Otis was also alleged in the peiitioa for a habeas corpus filed in bc-i half of Welch j r. Ruben Santos, county mtd- -'ca' miner, said Sinclair e B1" u? a of "massive internal hem- woe said fatal injuries could H we dcfaul! wi our ob- .'r communism will Sft FOREICX fw J an assistant state al-' _1_. Chief George information gathered by staff irKJicatcd that __. u and unnccts. lornty general, requested time Mobile Unit reports on the hour, Sarv force" in arreslins and to look further into the charges.1 and half hour, KDNT, Adv.' handcuffing Sinclair In The News Peace and Former Undersecretary ol Defense Roswcil W. Gilpatric believes positive steps toward peace may be possible if East- West tensions continue lo ease. Second in command to Sec- retary of Defense Robert S. McN'amara until he resigned in January, Gilpatric said in an article in the April issue of Foreign Affairs that the United States may be able to elimi- nate all its manned bombers and interceptors without en- dangering its military posture. Tanks and Trouble Tanks caused trouble Wednesday. A 50-ton Army-type tank rolled downhill into a store in Athens, Ga.. Wednesday, knocking it otf its foundation. And in Miami Beach, a South Carolina man noted that his gas gauge was on "empty" when his car stalled at a hotel. Attempting to put in gas. he found that his tank was missing. It had fallen off 13 blocks and nine traffic lights back. Flight and Fight This is what they're saying. JERRIE .MOCK, JS-year-oM mother ol Ihrce as she climbed into her single engine plane for A solo flight around the world: "I'll be careful. I'm not going to take any chances.''... Convicted Teamster's Presi- dent JAMES R. IIOf'FA: "I have r.cvcr backed away from a figh: in my life. The business cf the International Brother- hood of Teamster's vill be conducted as usual." Primaries and Plans BETWEEN NOW AND convention time, there are primaries galore. For a rundown on the primaries, see Page 1, Sec- tion 1. THE NEEDS AND PUNS for Flow Memorial Hospital, if Saturday's million borxl issue passes, are ex- plored in the second of three stories today on the Signature Page, Page 6, Section I. Sec. Page I Classified Editorials Farm News ________ I Food Newj Moviei I Signalare Page ___ Sports........ Town Topics 4 Womto't Ntvii S, S, LIKE 'EM 2V4-yearold son of Mr. and Mrs. John Holmes, 1314 Sherman. NTSU Green Jacket Irina Popoff, Dallas, that he doesn't like candy eggs, bat he continued to stuff them in his mouth while this picture was taken. Also gettinc in practice for the annual Green Jacket F.aster Eg? Hunt for Denton children uere David Cnbh son of Mr. and Mrs. George Cribb, 313 Thomas, and Joanna Snadle daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Sharile, 703 Greenwood. The hunt will be hcM at all Ihree Dcnton McKenna and Fred Moore-al 3pm ounday. r
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